Gay Activists Protest Richard Cohen's Conference in Monterrey Mexico

Gay Activists Protest Richard Cohen's Conference in Monterrey Mexico


Over three hundred men and women dared to cross the picket line of gay and lesbian activists who opposed my talk this evening in Monterrey, Mexico. Before the conference began, Andreina del Villar, our IHF Mexico Acting Director, and I went outside to greet the protestors with donuts! We wanted to show them our love and support. They asked many questions, doubting our sincerity. Looking into their eyes, I could see so much unhappiness and pain. We simply said how much we loved them...although most of them were unable to receive it...but, they did enjoy our donuts:))

The talk went great for the 300 in attendance. One woman came up to me afterwards and stated, "I am in a prayer group of women. I was so prejudiced against homosexual persons. You completely changed my mind and heart. Now I can understand God's incredible love for all His homosexual sons and life will never be the same!"

It was worth coming to Monterrey to simply change one mind toward loving the entire homosexual community. And of course, we received tremendous thanks from several hundred others who were so grateful and learned so much about the truth of same-sex attraction and how to truly love all same-sex attracted men and women, whether they wish to change or live a gay life.

Thank you for your incredible prayers and support. We shall continue, against all odds, to share the truth in love that people are not essentially born with same-sex attraction and that real and complete change is possible. May God continue to bless you and many thanks for your support. And a big thank you to our IHF Mexico Director, Andreina del Villar.

The four-color brochure of me was a handout by the gay activists outside the conference. I'm infamous in the gay community. Little do they know how much I deeply love them...with all my heart. Amen.


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